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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 July 1850

Christian Anti-Slavery Convention. . Our correspondent at Cincinnati gave us the pint of the proceedings of the groat Contention held in thot City on tho 17th of April lmt, and now we havo to acknowledge tho receipt of a pamphlet copy of thoe proceedings, embracing the opening sermon by Hot. C. D. Boynton, tho Minute and Resolutions, a Powerful Address to the American Churches, and a largo collec tion of ICtters addressed to tho Convention by ran o us individuals and bodies. Among the writers we notice Judge Jay, J. O. Bimey, Prof. Hopkins of Williams College, William Qoodcll, S. R. Ward, Ocrrit Smith, C. P. OrosTonor, Prof. Cowles of Oborlir., Hon. J. C. Hornblow er of New Jersey, Lewis Tappan, and Arnold BufTum. Th Address and Resolutions are Te rr thorough, and afford a cheering indication that the tide of Anti-Slavery Opinion is rapidly rising in the land and acquiring a strength be fore which the hosts of oppression must even tually flee. Tho Frcomblo and Resolutions we hare co...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 6 July 1850

Miscellaneous. The Province of Theology. We note among the cheering signs of the time the fact, that thoughtful men in tlio ranks of Orthodoxy so frequently burst the shackles of ft time-worn Theology, ami, nt the risk of disturbing all the vcnorablo cobwebs of the Church, give tnnnly utterance to scntl moots revealing a strong sympathy with tho Progressive and Ilumanitury movcnicnU of the Ago. I fair, for example, is an extract from an Address before the Society of In quiry of the Union Theologieol Seminary, N. Y. City) by Rev. V. Clash, of Hartford, CtEJ. Jingle. The theology of the Church is to be a theo logy for the times as well as a theology of tlm JSihlo. And the same old truth ot Scrip turn, which turned foee end flung a light upon tho polytheisms of antiquity, nnd turn- ed another liire andflitDfr another light upon tho Gnosticism and tho Flntonisms of Inter times and turned a third face and looked witli a third smile upon tho sciences and tho discoveries of modern days the...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 July 1850

OLIVKll Editor. "NO VKION WITH SLAVEHOLDEHS." JAMES BAItX ABY, Pablisblnc Agent- r VOL. 5-NO. 44. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO!, OHIO, JULY 13, 1850. WHOLE NO. 252. - ' , , . - . , , 1 , 1 1 . " 1 1 j THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PCir.MHFD EVERY SATURDAT, AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OIHO. TERMS. $1,50 per annum if paid in ad Vinco, $1,73 per imnum If paid within the first six month of the Sutmrribrr'i year. 2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed beyond six months. IV We occasionally send number to thoso who aro not subscriber, but -who aro believed to be Interested in tho dissemination of anti lavory truth, with tho hope that they will cith Or u)cril)e themselves, or uso their iiirliicnco to extend iU circulation among thoir friends. IV" Communication intended for insertion, to bo BiUlro.scd to Olivkh John-ion, Kditor. 411 other to James RumAnv, Publishing A;;ent. Selections. From the Liberator. SPEECH OF WM. LLOYD GARRISON, IN FANEUIL HALL, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 30. Mb. Chaitima: If I was iiirethn...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 July 1850

tact, quickness and sapncity of the Kenttirk- 1 Inn, mill the slow, cumbrous, unit self expo sing movement of the Yankee, it brings to mind Fuller's picture of Ben Jonson nml Phnkspcurc: 'Many were llio wit-rotnlmU betwixt these winch two 1 Wield liko a flpnulsh great gnlleon and an F.nglisli mnn-Ol-wur. Master Jonton, like the former, wan buil( ft" liiplicr in learning, oiW, but ttote in hit ptrfenmmcf ; Khuksprnre, like an I'.vg lish man-of-war, lesser in hulk, but lighter in railing, totilii turn villi all tult, tuck about and take advnntnge of nil winds, by thn pnckncssol lua wit mid invention. If this lat be not Henry Clny, who is it? (Cheers.) Let lis leiive politic. Suppose 1 now nil ticiiiatcMr. (Jliddon, Mid umnll tho mummy of Winter Street Chinch. (Luupliter, i.titl i-lieer tor Christianity.) Tlio Christiuiiity wiiirii is ni peace with the opnri sard, llr, Roger reported to linvo auid tliut tlie die- Unionists would in tlie next world hit rlieek ty jowl With Jtida. (Amilnu...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 July 1850

that tli only disqualification for membership Into this Order in by reason of immorality of character, or incapacity of taming a livelihood. or Kant of mean of tupport ; and, whereon, there wo already in momlcrship with this Or- dor colored Brethren of high marol character - 1 ' -v II' ' ' and Rencrol excellence, upon whom is placed by the adoption of the foregoing report an un deserved stigma; and, whereas, by the action heroin alluded to, a departure has been made from the constitutional qualifications for mem bership, thus giving opportunity for future uis turbonco to the harmony of the Order by calling lu question tho suitableness ot candidates ( and, whereas, power has been exercised by this ac- tion which properly should bo invested in Sub- 'Ordinate, we therefore PROTEST against said action as a departure from tho estab lished constitutional basis of the Order, and as tending to disturb tho otherwise peaceful growth of its principles. Jtespoctfully presented by Cms, W. Slaob,...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 13 July 1850

Miscellaneous. The Centre-Table. " Husband," aniil Mrs. N. (it wns mnny year, ago "I think we must hnvo a centres table. 1 linve some very tasteful volumns. and some beautiful shells, and variety of things with which to furnish it ; and indeed our parlor is quite singular without it, they re so common now." u Well, Mary," replied tlm huslmnil, " the house is your own domain, you know. Ar range it to your own taste. Mr. N. was a talented young lnwyor, In a pleasont New Englond town, devoted to his profession, niul hind of his wilb. At the time of their mnrringe ho built a moderntc ized house, convruieiit and well propor tioned, in the planning of which, the wilb was consulted, and gratified entirely. Ho left it pretty much to her, and hr discretion and good taste went no further than her present means allowed, and wants required. The fondness of a young congenial couplo, like George and Mary N., is easily content ed, it is too happy in itself, to bo disturlxid, by the suggestions of ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 July 1850

QLhoe AM OLIVEB JOHNSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS." JAITIES BAKNADV, Publishing Agent. VOL. 5 --NO. 45.' SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 20, 1850. WHOLE NO. 253. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, VERT SATURDAT, AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. TERMS. (1,50 per amiutn If paid in ad- $1,75 per annum If paid within the first six months of tho siibacribcr's your. f 2,00 per annum, if payinont be delayed beyond six months. '- , rF"Wc occasionally send numbers to thosa Who are not tnitwribers, but who are believed 7 ""crown m the (UMcmination of onti Uvcry truth, with tho hope that they will cith or subscribe thomsolvcs, or uso their inlluonce W Communications Intended for insertion. to be sdilresod to Omvbk Johnxox Editor! AU others to Jamks Bahnaiiv, Pubiishin'g A"ent nm n circulation among tlieir friends, THE BUGLE. SEWARD'S SPEECH ON THE COMPROMISE. Ex-Govkrnor Seward, on the 2d inst, mado a powerful Spcoch in the Sonato gainst Clay's Omnibus Schcmo, in which lie uttered many bold a...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 July 1850

liiirtwIH That great slaveholder Mill hard ened hi heart arid refused. Tlie Lord visi ted Iilm wit)) successive i1ngr- lioc, frog, locusts, lliii'k darkness until, as the agita tion, grew higher, mid the chains ware tighter flrawu, lie amnio tho first-born of cvory Iioum in L'rv t ; nor did tho slaveholder ro lav the arusp on his victims, until there was wailing throughout tho wholo laud, over ono dead in every thmily, from the King lliut sat on lh tlirouo to the captive in the dungeon. Bo I fear it will be in this lund of wicked sdavery.' You have - already among you what iscqtlivolmit to the lice and the locusts, that withor Dp every green thing whore the foot of slavery trcailn. ltcware of the final plague. And you, in the midst of slavery, who ore willing to do j.unjco to tho pcoplo, take core that your works testify to the purity of your intentions, even at soma coot. Take rare that your door-iOHtR ore sprinkled with the Mood of sacrifice, that wheu the destroy ing angel goes f...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 July 1850

For The Anti-Slavery Bugle. For The Anti-Slavery Bugle. LINES, Inscribed to the Memory of C. G. CLARK, who died at San Francisco, Oct. 30, 1849. BY HIS SISTER. AxLbrlght on yonder golden plain The glorioul Rrtmmcr's sunset fall, And pearly dew nd glittering mini Areminglcd with the yellow grain The Goddess Fortano cull. He Usten to hor ong divine, fetve wooes him to distant shore, Where Wealth, and Fame, and rower combine, And Hope and Joy thcL armi entwine ' To acparato no moro. lie breast the raging torrent'! foam, Ho trugglci with the tempest' wrath How awect to find a Sheltering dome, Beneath the fond delight of home, And leare ambition' path. MUfottuno's marc arc darVly woren, He ace, alas I the wrong too late ; He think of home when wildly driven Before the angry winds of heaven. And mourns his cruel fate. H elepa beneath the heavy sod, Whoa heart ambition' dream allured ( , He aleops a prayer goes up to God , To lighten the nlllicting rod, ' AVhose stripe must be endured. Ha ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 20 July 1850

Miscellaneous. From Lieut, Wise's New Book—'Los Gringos.' The Girls of Hilo. AH classes at Hilo, (Sandwich Hand,) evince an enthusiastic admiration for flowers, and the maidens porticulnrly ore never with out natural wreaths, 01 necklace of wood bine and jessamine, prettily woven ftr the occasion. There is a yellow bud of the candle-nut, which is not so pleasant to eye or nose, though more generally worn. But in all the tattoa and diversions of the natives, there was not one that charmed us so much, end in which the natives indulged with such wild delight, as bathing in the river ot not Ink II. Along the whole eastern face of the island of Hawaii, there ore numberless rills end stream that come bounding from the lofty sides of the ginnt mountains, in cataracts and cascades, uiitil ot laxl they jump from the vreen-clad shores into tho suit foam of the ocean. One of tho largest of them is the Wailuku. No further than lenirue from the harbor inland is a miniature Niagara, of more than ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 July 1850

NO UNION WITH StAVEHOLnEItS," J A.Mi: RilCVARV, rnbiniilnc Agent OLIVr.Il JOHNSON, Editor. SALEOLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, JULY 27, 1850. WHOLE NO. 254. VOL. 5--N0. 46. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, FCBLISIIFD EVERT 8ATURDAT, AT SALEM, COLUM1SIANA CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,50 per annum if pnid in ad vance. $1,75 per Annum if pnid within the first six month of the subscriber's year. $2,00 per annum, if payment bo delayed beyond six months. IV Wo occasionally send numliers to thoso who are not suWribcrs, but who are believed to bo interested in tho dissemination of nnti slavery truth, with the hope thnt they will eith or luhscrilio themselves, or use thnir Influence to extend its circulation ainona their friends. t ip" Communication intended for insertion, to bo addressed to Oliviiii Johnson, Editor. All othors tj Jami'.s Baum.uiv, Publishing Aiient. Selections. SPEECH OF PARKER PILLSBURY, AT THE NEW ENGLAND A. S. CONVENTION. Mn. rRF.sinr.XT! ISoston linn seen very mntiy great days since her history fi...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 July 1850

The Fourth of July in South Carolina. DARIEN, GEORGIA, Monday, July 8, 1850. To thit Kditor of Tht Tribune : I linvo liccn a reVuletit of the South fir several ycur, ami 1 lung ego oliscrved llint tho people) ti lt less pridu in celebrating the Anniversary of our Republic than the peo plo of the North. This is a curious fnrt, and one whcrchy hnnsrs nn inference of great po litical moment. J, individually, never mw the dnv celebrated here until the nrrsrnt year. Happening to he in Savnnnnh, Ueor- icin, I now a turning outol (lie Military Coin iwnice to tho number of five. Besides this procession, there were two steamboat excur nions down the hay and thus paused the Fourth of July, on the soil made rich with the Mood of a Pulaski. In Bonn fort, South Carolina, they eclcbra ted "the day" in a "manner becoming Mouth Carolinians." I have lived in this country, as 1 said bofiir, for sovrrnl years; I have been held up in Mmo of the Manors as a "Yankee propagandist," "Missionary of Northern...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 July 1850

For The Anti-Slavery Bugle. Lines to a Friend. Owes, when the seas and kiee wcro fair, We wandered forth o'er hill end dnlo, Wild dower were blooming every where, And countless iwecU perfumed tho gale. Nature's sweet harmonists of lovo Warbled their gladsome rnpturo there, Brightly the aunahino from abovo Leaped down to mako tho world more fnir. The roignlng bliss of earth and iky Tranafcrred its glory to thine eye, The toso'I blush o'er spread thy cheek, And theao the words thy lips did speak I 0 beautiful 1 this world of ours I Lifo's path how swoctly full of bliss ; When bounteous Heaven our pathway showers With beauty's light, and friendship's kiss. "lis friendship hallows naturo's charm, Ti for the tempest can disarm Around our htartt the aunshinc glows, Which gives tho color to the rose. Upon the heart at peace with all, The storms of malico harmless fall, Upon the calm and tranquil heart Sercncst dewi of light aro ahed." A year has passed seas roll between The hearts that lov...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 27 July 1850

Miscellaneous. The Married Man's Eye. Tftn ii the title of nn admirable story in tho Jast Knickerbocker.. " L'rirle Andovcr'' ii on old bachelor, who) was never married, Im ratiso be has always scon husbands, even the best, scourge their wives with the rye and, for the snmo reason, he advises )oung nephew not tr marry, if he ca'nt do tatter mid they finally willy out on n walk to tout 1ho truth of his objections. Their first enll Is on ii happy hrido find groom, befbro tlio lioiicy-moon is over. The nawly-ninrricd couplo were silting to gether very lovingly, nnd everything rironnd tliem whs bride-like and comfortable. Thoy jumped up quick to welcome us, for my un do, as 1 said, was a general favorite, lie praised crrrrthing over and over again even the ugly rlock on the mantlo-picco lind Ids kind notice. "Yen, I knew yon would like it," snid tlio lively little lady, " but James docs not think it suitable for this Frnnll room. It is rather large, to be sure ; hut then bronze is so mu...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 August 1850

(EJjje ' " " . i'.l.mm n . , i - - OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. "NO UNION WITH SlU AVEHOLDEKS.' JAMES BARNABY, Publishing A rent. ; VOL. 5-NO. 47. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 3, 1850. WHOLE NO. 255. "" '- 1 r 1 TIIE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERT SATCRDAT, AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OIIIO. TKUM3. fl,60 per annum If paid in ad anco. f 1,75 per annum if paid within the first six month, of the ubacriber't year. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond nix month. OT Ws occasionally aend number! to thoso who are not subscribers, but who are holier cd to be interested in the dissemination of ami. slsvpry truth, with the hope that they will oith or anbacribe themselves, or uae their influence to extend ita circulation among their friends. E7 Communication, intended for insertion, to be arldreued to Olivbb Johnson, Editor. 11 others to Jambs Bars abt, Publishing Agent Selections. Jay's Reply to Prof. Stuart. Refit to Remarks op Rev. Moses Stv- art, late of An dover Theological S...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 August 1850

You iiswiil in for reflecting mi (lie " lon gentlemen who commend Mr. Webster's ipecch." If yon rHer to llir gentlemen W Im joined you in pinning tlio thanksgiving let ter, yoni nro mistaken. I did not make ono singlo allusion to thorn. linn, 1 was speaking of, the slave-catching hill fiir which Mr. Web- Mcr was to vote. My wonts were! "It is now a mutter of cool New-England colctiln- lion. The cotton interest of Massachusetts calls for it, nntl tlio gentry f Itoston nro on thoir Senator in his strango and reckless course." I referred to ll.o cheers with which. m 1 1 m iinnero infm-mrd im. Ii!h street harangue on slave-rutchmg was re ceived by his nmlicneo. No mini Imru out of New-England has probably a higher ro Hpcct tlinn myself liir tlio intelligence and virtue of her inhabitant. Hut human im lure i,l suppose, the same in Massachusetts 08 elsewhere ; and you have yet much to lenrn of tho chorocler of your species, if you deny that jiccuninry interests, retil or imagined, have a ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 August 1850

EDITORIAL BREVITIES. A Writer In the Southern Press alleges that In toany of the Boutliorn Cities and largo town majority of tho whole people, and in every on a sufficiently lnrgo minority to control the local election, la composed of men of North era birth and education, and foreigners whoso prejudices, sympathies and opinions are all with the North." This la only another way of saying that nearly all the enterprising Winona men of the South bars been reared In tho Freo State, while the native Southerners aro too laty to do any thing but dabble in politic and growl at tho North. Wo submit to tho slaveholder that, unless they moan to blow up their own citadel, thoy must provont their new organ from telling auch talcs out of the foml- ly. Tho Colonizstionists aro about to establish a regular packet botween New-Yotk and Mon rovia for tho conveyance of emigrants ; and it is said that tho Committee of tho lower IIouso of Congress, to whom the subject had boon re ferred, have agreed to r...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 3 August 1850

Miscellaneous. The Reconciled Father. BY MISS SEDGWICK. " I am going around by Broad street, to inquire of Rons, the glover, about little Lucy Wendull.B " Lucy WcnJull ! who ti she" "Bbc is pretty little Dutch girl, who lived opioiie to me in that bit of a dwelling, thnt looks like a crack or wain between the two bouses on each lido Of it She lived with her grand iwircnts, natives of thin city, and once proprietor of many lot within it, but they had been out-bargained and out-witted till they were reduced to this little tenement, some twenty feet by fifteen. Theironly sur viving descendant was my pretty friend Lu cy, a pretty, fair-skinned, fair-headed, blue eyed girl, of a moat modest, quiet, engaging demennor. For many months aller we mov ed to State street, I knew nothing of the fam ily t but, from such observations as my eye could take, neatness wss the ruling passion of tbo household. Their only servant, Mi nerva, (the Uoddcss of Wisdom should have known better,) used to scrub ...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 August 1850

life Jtmixittoefi "NO UNION WITH SLAVEnotDEBI." JAMES BAItNAIIV, PaMUhlng Agent. OLIVER JOHNSON, Editor. VOL. 5--N0. 48. SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO, AUGUST 10, 1850. WIIOLE NO. 256. THE ANTI-SLAVERY BUGLE, PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY, AT SALEM, COLUMBIANA CO., OHIO. TERMS. $1,60 per annum if paid in ad vance. l,7S per annum if paid within the first six month, of the subscriber's fear. $2,00 per annum, if payment be delayed beyond aix month.. K7 We occasionally aond nurabera to those who aro not sul actibcra, but -who are believed to be interested in the dissemination of anti slavery truth, with tho hope that tlicy will cith or subscribe thomsoWos, or use their influence to extend lta circulation among their fnends, t f Communication, intended for insertion, to be audrei.od to Oi.rvKB Johnson, J'.ditor. All othora to Jamks Babnaby, Publialilng Agent. THE BUGLE. An Evangelical Hanging. Daniel II. Picrson woi killed according to Uw in East Cambridge, Mas., on the 20th tilt Ha had confess...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Anti-slavery bugle. — 10 August 1850

Abolitionists and the Bible. At the New K.nglnnd Convention a cler gyman by the limtie of Corliss, having ex. pressed liii fears tlint soino of the advocates of the staves wcro Inciting in a iluo npprceia. tion of the llible, and were therefore tending to infidelity, Wendell Phillips rose ami snidt I wish to any one word in regard to the ramnrka which have been addressed to U, in order that the entl eltivcry ci.tarprtso niny ptnnd aright laifore litis audience, it might lie judged from llio tone of tlie hint penker, that the oIhiI it iotiixlH ten nil enemy unci nn obstacle in the Bible. Hi) linn liven entreat ing tia to Imvo greater regard for tlie Bible. He has beeu endeavoring to impress tton us reverence tor that bonk. You mifiht ilrnw ilio inference tlint wo needed micIi ciiircnties. Now, in behnlf of tho abolitionists, let mo uy, we liavo nothing to do with tlm Bible in regard to iia merits or ita limit, except in ne point: dors it sustain or rulmka shivery ? It any npenkr Wand...

Publication Title: Anti-Slavery Bugle
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